“Growth from Trauma: Gender Differences in the Experience of Cancer and Long-term Survivorship.” Karen Powroznik, Irena Stepanikova, and Karen S. Cook. In Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld (Ed.) Gender, Women’s Health Concerns and Other Social Factors in Health and HealthCare Vol. 36. (2018)
Zhou, Xueguang, Yu Ai, Jianhua Ge, Huijun Gu, Lan Li, Qinglian Lu, Wei Zhao, and Ling Zhu. 2018. “Stratified Spatial Mobility in the Chinese Bureaucracy: A Model and Empirical Evidence.” Society (in Chinese). 38(3):1-45.
“Swift Trust: State-of-the-Art and Future Research Directions.” 2018. Kirsimarja Blomqvist and Karen S. Cook. In Rosalind H. Searle, Ann-Marie I. Nienaber and Sim B. Sitkin (Editors), The Routledge Companion to Trust. Oxford, U.K.: Routledge Press. ISBN 9781138817593 (Pp. 29-49).
Reply to Goldfarb: “On the Heritability of Trust” in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), February, 2018.
“Long-term Implications of Autologous HCT for Caregiver Quality of Life: How Does the Survivor’s Health Matter?” Irena Stepanikova, Karen Powroznik, Karen S. Cook, D. Kathryn Tierney, and Ginna Laport. In Supportive Care in Cancer (2018).
Brandtner, Christof. 2017. "Putting the world in orders: Plurality in organizational evaluation." Sociological Theory 35(3):200-227.
“Online Field Experiments: Studies of Social Interaction in Context.” Jessica Santana, Paolo Parigi, Karen S. Cook, Social Psychology Quarterly (March, 2017)
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“Trust and Social Dilemmas: Selected Evidence and Applications.” Karen S. Cook and Bogdan State. In Trust in Social Dilemmas, edited by Paul A. M. Van Lange, Bettina Rockenbach and Toshio Yamagishi, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2017)
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